Public Health Promotion
The program designed fit perfectly for a three-day short course on Public Health Promotion that provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the principles, methods, and strategies for promoting health in communities. The course is designed to equip participants with practical skills and knowledge that they can apply to develop effective public health promotion programs.
Participants will learn how to design and implement evidence-based health promotion interventions that address the needs of diverse populations. At the end of the program, participants will receive a KNUST certificate.
Content and Learning
This course will cover the following topic areas:
Unit 1: Introduction to Public Health Promotion
Unit 2: Epidemiology and Health Promotion
Unit 3: Health Communication and Social Services
Unit 4: Community-Based Health Promotion
Unit 5: Advocacy and Policy Development
The Public Health Promotion short course is suitable for professionals in the health sector, including public health practitioners, health educators, community health workers, and other health professionals interested in health promotion. Participants should have a basic understanding of public health concepts and principles. There are no formal admission requirements for the course.
Is this Program for me?
This program is suitable for individuals who are interested in promoting health in communities, designing and implementing effective public health promotion programs, and advancing their knowledge and skills in the field of public health promotion. This course is ideal for:
• Public health practitioners and professionals
• Health educators
• Community health workers
• Other health professionals involved in health promotion and community health
• Individuals interested in pursuing a career in public health promotion